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don't give up the day job!

humorous
used for ​telling someone that you do not ​think they are very good at something: "What did you ​think of my ​singing, then?" "Er, don't give up the ​dayjob!"
(Definition of don't give up the day job! from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “don't give up the day job!”
in Chinese (Simplified) 表示认为对方做某事不在行…
in Chinese (Traditional) 表示認為對方做某事不在行…
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